Man kills mistress after she admits to being HIV positive

Quick question: what should his wife do to him for exposing her to the virus?

Lets face it. Had he remained true to his vows this probably would not have happened. Had he used protection, we would not be discussing this now. So, he did something wrong, something bad happened to him and he decided to do something worse.

Makes a whole lot of sense to me.

Meanwhile, note that he did not even bother to find out if he had contracted the virus yet. Tests are just being done now. People need to know you don’t just “catch HIV” as soon as you are exposed to it and with men it takes a while longer. It varies from person to person. One might get it immediately and another might not ever (yeah there are people out there who seem to be immune to it but its not written on anybody’s forehead!)

Well, this is done and dusted. I hope he has a good time in jail cos I think he will be stuck in there for awhile.

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Larry Dunn of Dallas  believed he would contract the disease, so he told police he killed Cicely Lee Bolden to exact revenge: ‘In my mind, I’m already dead. She killed me, so I  killed her.’

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Larry Dunn (left) said he killed his mistress, Cicely Lee Bolden (right),  after she revealed to him that she was HIV positive.

Larry Dunn admits to police he killed his mistress to get revenge.

“I wanted to make her pay,” Dunn said in a recorded interview with police  according to the Dallas Morning News. “Killing her wasn’t on the menu. That’s  just how it ended up.”

Dunn, 37, was cheating on his wife with a woman named Cicely Lee Bolden —  who in September 2012 told Dunn she was HIV positive.

A week later Dunn went to her home in Dallas to exact revenge, but not  before having unprotected sex one last time, the Morning News reported from his  murder trial this week.

 As Bolden was lying in her bed, Dunn went to the kitchen and grabbed a steak  knife. He then went into the bedroom and stabbed her in the chest, according to  a confession the Morning News reported was played at his murder trial this  week.

“In my mind, I’m already dead,” Dunn said in the video. “She killed me, so I  killed her.”

Dunn, who said he had unprotected sex with Bolden one last time because it  wouldn’t matter, also said his lover did not have a chance to defend herself,  the Morning News reported.

“She didn’t see it until it was in her throat,” Dunn told police. “She  wasn’t very strong.”

Dunn’s attorney said his client is still undergoing tests to determine if he  contracted the disease. He faces life in prison but his sentence would stretch  from two to 20 years if jurors rule he acted with “sudden passion,” the Morning  News reported.

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Ariel Castro, Brutal Captor of 3 Women in Cleveland, Hangs Himself in Prison Cell

The irony of life is, most people can’t handle the same $#it they dish out to other people. I soooo saw this coming.

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Castro was convicted last month of kidnapping and raping three women in his Cleveland, Ohio home over the course of many years. He was sentenced to a life behind bars but was found dead in his cell Tuesday.


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Ariel Castro was convicted of sexually assaulting and holding three women captive for years in his Cleveland, Ohio home. His lifeless body was discovered in his cell Tuesday.

He stole a decade of their lives — and finally he took their justice.

Ariel Castro, the Ohio monster sentenced to life in prison plus 1,000 years for kidnapping three young women and keeping them as sex slaves in his Cleveland home, was found hanging in his prison cell Tuesday, correction officials said.

Amanda Berry (right) hugs her sister Beth Serrano after being reunited in a Cleveland hospital May 6 following years of captivity in Ariel Castro's house of horrors.

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Amanda Berry (right) hugs her sister Beth Serrano after being reunited in a Cleveland hospital May 6 following years of captivity in Ariel Castro’s house of horrors.

 

Castro’s lifeless body was discovered in his cell in the Correctional Reception Center in Orient, Ohio, about 9:20 p.m., authorities said. It was not immediately clear Tuesday night what the abominable inmate used to dodge punishment — and deprive his victims of the justice that his recent conviction had provided.

Gina DeJesus was a teenager when she was kidnapped by Ariel Castro.

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Gina DeJesus was a teenager when she was kidnapped by Ariel Castro.

The sexual predator was housed in a single cell in protective custody, where prison authorities were required to check on him every 30 minutes, Ohio Department of Correction spokeswoman JoEllen Smith said .

 

Michelle Knight gave emotional statement during sentencing of Ariel Castro, who held her captive and brutally raped her for many years.

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Michelle Knight gave emotional statement during sentencing of Ariel Castro, who held her captive and brutally raped her for many years.

Castro, 53, was not on a suicide watch, The Associated Press reported.

Prison medical staff tried to resuscitate him, but his evil days ended at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center at 10:52 p.m.

The three women were miraculously rescued in early May from this Cleveland home, which is now demolished.

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The three women were miraculously rescued in early May from this Cleveland home, which is now demolished.

 

Castro was sentenced on Aug. 1 for abducting Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus off Cleveland streets and holding them as sex prisoners for more than a decade. He fathered a child with Berry, a 6-year-old girl named Jocelyn. They escaped on May 6 when Berry managed to break free.

Rusty chains were found secured to walls in Ariel Castro's house of horrors in Cleveland.

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Rusty chains were found secured to walls in Ariel Castro’s house of horrors in Cleveland.

Prosecutors had spared the three women the pain of having to testify at trial by taking the death penalty off the table for the Cleveland monster, allowing him to plead guilty to 937 criminal counts. Judge Michael Russo handed down a life sentence without the possibility of parole plus 1,000 years.

 

Ariel Castro, 53, was in protective custody when he was found dead in his cell in Orient, Ohio Tuesday.

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Ariel Castro, 53, was in protective custody when he was found dead in his cell in Orient, Ohio Tuesday.

In the end, he served slightly less than four months in custody.

Ohio State Police and the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction are investigating the death. “A thorough review of this incident is underway,” said Smith.

Ariel Castro built a secret dungeon for his captors, which he held against their will for a decade.

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Ariel Castro built a secret dungeon for his captors, which he held against their will for a decade.

 

There was no immediate comment Tuesday night from any of the three victims. Knight, 32, who was impregnated by Castro five times and starved and beaten until she miscarried each pregnancy, was the only one who spoke at his sentencing.

Michelle Knight (center), captor of Ariel Castro, walks with reporters Aug. 7 outside the Castro home in Cleveland. The house was demolished later that day.

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Michelle Knight (center), captor of Ariel Castro, walks with reporters Aug. 7 outside the Castro home in Cleveland. The house was demolished later that day.

“I spent 11 years in hell, and now your hell is just beginning,” she said. “I will overcome all this that has happened, but you will face hell for eternity.”

 

A crane demolishes the home that once served as terrible dungeon where Ariel Castro brutalized three young women.

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A crane demolishes the home that once served as terrible dungeon where Ariel Castro brutalized three young women.

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Ariel Castro surrendered his home, pictured being demolished, in a plea deal before receiving a lifetime behind bars.

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Ariel Castro surrendered his home, pictured being demolished, in a plea deal before receiving a lifetime behind bars.

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Jodi Arias, American Woman Convicted of Boyfriend Slaughter, Begs For Her Life

Is this not the same person who asked to be executed immediately? She should make up her mind already! Though I doubt its up to her! Plus, what is she high on? Does she think all the other people on death row wound up there because they could not think up a grand scheme for how they would contribute to society? I personally do NOT support the death penalty for any reason, but justice must be served for the man she murdered. She is right. Lock her up and throw the key away.

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The convicted murderer, who told jurors that the death penalty would hurt her family, promises she’ll start literacy and recycling programs if sentenced to life in prison.

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Jodi Arias looks at her defense attorney Jennifer Wilmott during the penalty phase of her murder trial at Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix. Arias has pledged to raise money for victims of domestic abuse by selling ‘Survivor‘ T-shirts.

Jodi Arias, convicted murderer, wants another chance.

The Arizona woman has backtracked from her previous plea for death, now telling the jury that she can contribute to society if she’s allowed to live.

Addressing the same eight men and four women who found her guilty of first-degree murder, a trembling Arias promised that her life behind bars would not be wasted. She has plenty of ideas about how to bring about positive changes, including donating her hair to be made into wigs for cancer victims, designing T-shirts that would raise money for victims of domestic abuse and helping recycle trash.

Jodi Arias said she had considered suicide after the murder but could not bring herself to hurt her family in such a manner. She also begged the jury not to harm her relatives, who she says have already suffered badly, by sentencing her to death.
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Jodi Arias said she had considered suicide after the murder but could not bring herself to hurt her family in such a manner. She also begged the jury not to harm her relatives, who she says have already suffered badly, by sentencing her to death.

She believes that last plan would greatly reduce the “huge loads” of waste taken to landfills.

“It could create new jobs and have a far-reaching impact on the planet,” she said.

The penalty phase of Arias’ trial continued on Tuesday as Arias spoke to the jurors that held her life in their hands. The former waitress spent years denying that she killed her former boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in his suburban Phoenix home. In court, she apologized for the pain she caused his family.

Sandra Arias, mother of Jodi Arias, wipes tears away as her daughter addresses the jury on Tuesday. Jodi Arias promised to start a book club, donate her hair to cancer victims and design T-shirts for victims of domestic abuse from behind bars.
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Sandra Arias, mother of Jodi Arias, wipes tears away as her daughter addresses the jury on Tuesday. Jodi Arias promised to start a book club, donate her hair to cancer victims and design T-shirts for victims of domestic abuse from behind bars.

“I loved Travis and I looked up to him,” Arias said. “This is the worst mistake of my life. It’s the worst thing I’ve ever done.”

She said she considered suicide, but didn’t kill herself after Alexander’s death because of her love for her own family.

Arias then used an overhead projector to display dozens of pictures from her childhood, including photos of her family and former boyfriends, in an apparent attempt to present herself in a positive light.

Judge Sherry Stephens speaks to Arias’ defense attorneys.  Arias was convicted May 8, 2013 of first-degree murder in the stabbing and shooting to death of Travis Alexander, 30, in his suburban Phoenix home in June 2008.
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Judge Sherry Stephens speaks to Arias’ defense attorneys. Arias was convicted May 8, 2013 of first-degree murder in the stabbing and shooting to death of Travis Alexander, 30, in his suburban Phoenix home in June 2008.

“Here I am with Bobby, in our dirty little house,” she said, clicking through the photos. “We didn’t have power or heat. In the winter we could see our breath. My parents didn’t support this relationship. I’m reminded of that Charles Dickens quote, ‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.’”

The slideshow also included photos of her artwork, including paintings of Elvis and her niece, ABC News reports.

Arias promised to start a book club and teach other inmates how to read, hoping to “stimulate conversations of a higher nature.” She also said that she’ll continue donating her hair to Locks of Love, noting that she had already done so three times. Arias then held up a white T-shirt with the word “survivor” printed across the front. She said she would sell the clothing and donate all proceeds to victims of domestic abuse.

Jodi Arias was reportedly selling "Survivor" domestic violence t-shirts for $15 each.
Jodi Arias was reportedly selling “Survivor” domestic violence t-shirts for $15 each.

The woman is sticking to her story that the brutal attack — which included stabbing and slashing Alexander nearly 30 times, shooting him in the head and nearly decapitating him — was her defense against abuse.

Soon after she was found guilty of murder earlier this month, Arias told a local reporter that she preferred execution to spending the rest of her days in jail. The woman was reportedly placed on suicide watch.

“Longevity runs in my family and I don’t want to spend the rest of my natural life in one place,” Arias told Fox affiliate KSAZ. “I believe death is the ultimate freedom and I’d rather have my freedom as soon as I can get it.”

Jodi Arias said that she was hoping to reach a deal with prosecutors before her case ever went to trial. 'I was willing to go quietly into the night,' Arias said.
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Jodi Arias said that she was hoping to reach a deal with prosecutors before her case ever went to trial. ‘I was willing to go quietly into the night,’ Arias said.

During her turnabout on Tuesday, Arias claimed that she “lacked perspective” during that interview.

“As I stand here now I can’t in good consciousness ask you to sentence me to death because of them,” Arias said as she pointed to her family in the courtroom. “Asking for death is tantamount to suicide. Either way I am going to be spending the rest of my life in prison …. I’m asking you please, please don’t do that to them. I’ve already hurt them so badly, along with so many other people.”

She showed the jury a picture of her best friend and said she didn’t testify on her behalf because she had been “threatened and harassed.”

Her lawyers have said Arias is the only witness they’ll call to testify on her behalf.

The judge instructed jurors they can consider a handful of factors when deciding what sentence to recommend, including the fact that Arias has no previous criminal record.

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